Help us develop a trail network plan – share your thoughts with us in person and/or online

Help us develop a trail network plan that will guide us as we manage trails and prioritize enhancements over the next 30 years. How do you use Port Moody’s trail network? What do you like about it and what can be improved? Share your thoughts with us! Join us at one of our on-trail pop-up information sessions to learn more and have your say, or go to Engage Port Moody, our online public engagement hub, to fill out a community survey. 

Our trails are a part of the city’s active transportation network, connecting different parts of the community. And they provide access to the City’s diverse forests and shorelines for a variety of purposes including recreation and exercise, social connection, and the enjoyment of nature.  

In recent decades, Port Moody has experienced considerable growth in demand for use of trails and changes in the types of uses and trail visits. To meet this increasing demand, the City is reviewing the current trail network and looking at how to improve user experience. 

The trail network plan will define a vision for the City’s extensive trail network and provide clear and coordinated direction for planning and managing our trails over the next 30 years. Your input will inform the development of a draft plan for Council’s consideration. 

Here's how you can get involved: 

On-trail pop-up information sessions (in-person engagement opportunities) 

View information boards and maps of Port Moody’s trail network, ask questions, and share your thoughts with the City staff and consultants who will be developing the draft trail network plan. 

Shoreline Trail (Pop-Up #1)
Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Time: 3-5pm
Location: Murray Street (3200 block), between Klahanie Drive East and Klahanie Drive West, where the sidewalk splits off from the Shoreline Trail paved multi-use path 

Bert Flinn Park (Pop-Up #2)
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2023
Time: 8:30-10:30am
Location: Bert Flinn Park entrance, Heritage Mountain Boulevard at David Avenue 

Trail Network Plan page on Engage Port Moody (online engagement opportunities) 

Visit to view our Trail Network Plan page. Here you can:

  • learn more about the project;
  • fill out our community survey by October 4, 2023; and
  • provide location-specific feedback or recommendations by dropping pins on a map. 

If you prefer to fill out the community survey on paper, you can request a copy at City Hall (100 Newport Drive) during regular business hours (8:30am-5pm Mondays through Fridays), or at one of our on-trail pop-up information sessions. Your paper survey must be returned to City Hall by 5pm on October 4, 2023. 

We value your input. Register to participate today at Engage Port Moody.